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Cross Sectional Anatomy Part 2:. The thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. Axial Divides the body into superior and inferior Sagittal Divides the body into left and right Coronal Divides the body into anterior and posterior. The Orthogonal Planes. Lungs Mediastinum Chambers of the heart

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cross sectional anatomy part 2

Cross Sectional AnatomyPart 2:

The thorax, abdomen, and pelvis

the orthogonal planes
Axial

Divides the body into superior and inferior

Sagittal

Divides the body into left and right

Coronal

Divides the body into anterior and posterior

The Orthogonal Planes
thorax anatomy
Lungs

Mediastinum

Chambers of the heart

Esophagus

Trachea

Bony thorax

Ribs

Chest wall

Great vessels

Aorta and arch

Brachiocephalic

Common carotids

Subclaveans

Plus the veins

Thorax Anatomy
abdominal anatomy
Liver

Adrenal

Spleen

Pancreas

GI tract

Musculature

Vasculature

Abdominal Anatomy
pelvic anatomy
Reproductive organs

Bones

Musculature

Vasculature

GI tract

Pelvic Anatomy